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I'm wondering if any of you who think you have come across Sasquatch built structures or markers have moved or rearranged them?  If you have, was there any reaction from the Sasquatch, consequences?  Some people have reported equipment malfunctions or strange feelings when walking close to or touching the arrangements. Should people not touch or remove structures? I  realize not everyone agrees on Sasquatch making tree/wood structures or markers, but I believe some people know their research areas well enough not to attribute such arrangements to Cub Scouts, hikers, and hunters. Is moving a marker or structure a bad thing?

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MIB

I have not found any structures.   If I did, I would be tempted to add something.   Not move or destroy, just add something clearly human.   A piece that has been cut rather than broken, something with paint or string, something .. manufactured.   Photograph, record gps coordinates, add something, then come back and see if the structure still exists, if anything more has been added, if my addition had been discarded, etc.   Maybe a waste, maybe not.   Nothing ventured, nothing gained.

 

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Tylo

That's actually a very good idea, MIB! 

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VAfooter
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Urinate on it....  :wink:

 

 

I remember reading about someone doing this and BF was not happy about it. I think they camped in the same area though and heard it as it went ballistic. I do believe they left the next morning as soon as it got light. My memory could be off, but I think that is how it went. Anyway, if you try this, you may NOT want to spend the night nearby.

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Tylo

VAFooter, nobody likes having their stuff peed on.

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bipedalist
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I have never had an adverse reaction to structure meddling.  I have had several types of engagements. I find something they have done with woodcraft that is not a structure.  It might be fingernailed removal of tree bark in the form of an X, peculiar branch breaking and bark stripping for example. Other things seen include layouts on ground of A-shaped triangular overlapping geometry like spokes on a wheel some with under/over lapping, not natural.  Many of the triangular layouts were precisely equilateral, totally amazing. Some weaving of long limbs in tree crotches, again not natural. I found a fresh green tree snap added to a ground layout from one evening to the next morning, didn't mess with that.  The bark stripped limb break on ground I did mess with and hung from a standing sapling and rearranged another limb on a downed snag so that it layed upon it. That interaction went on for a month and a few days back and forth.  I even removed that limb to a different location and engaged in a little trickery with woodglue.  Yes, I'm a little devil with BF sycophants. All in all, no rocks threw my windows or bad mojo just a little playfulness.  Once I got used to finding these things there were some amazing little creations they repeated such as branch riders that looked like the little tight roping bicycling toys of yesteryear for example.  Embedded human looking branch breaks, etc.  Someday I will post up pictures in my researcher thread. They are far more creative than the pictured creations posted up by Noel in his book which I thought was underwhelming.

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NorthWind
1 hour ago, Tylo said:

I'm wondering if any of you who think you have come across Sasquatch built structures or markers have moved or rearranged them?  If you have, was there any reaction from the Sasquatch, consequences?  Some people have reported equipment malfunctions or strange feelings when walking close to or touching the arrangements. Should people not touch or remove structures? I  realize not everyone agrees on Sasquatch making tree/wood structures or markers, but I believe some people know their research areas well enough not to attribute such arrangements to Cub Scouts, hikers, and hunters. Is moving a marker or structure a bad thing?

 

Brett from Desert Sasquatch on YT has found some interesting structures. Often with bones or stones on top of the stack. I don't recall if he has moved them to see a reaction, but the structures are most interesting. Definitely not natural. One of them had an elk pelvis with a branch woven through. Crazy stuff.

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7.62
2 hours ago, NorthWind said:

 

Brett from Desert Sasquatch on YT has found some interesting structures. Often with bones or stones on top of the stack. I don't recall if he has moved them to see a reaction, but the structures are most interesting. Definitely not natural. One of them had an elk pelvis with a branch woven through. Crazy stuff.

I use to follow his videos and his early ones were the most interesting when it came to structures . They were clearly not natural but as his videos went on he seemed to find less and less of them.

 

Honestly I don't really think you could call them structures . At least not like the ones Sasquatch researchers  envision when you mention structure .They were more like some kind of weird monuments with bones and sticks .

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